HAROLD "BUCK" WEAVER
The rich coloring and
artistic blending in which Buck Weaver portrays the wastelands of the U. S. are
lost in this black and white reproduction. The flat mesa in the background,
silhouetted against massive, gray clouds, and the sagebrush in the foreground
make this painting expressive of southwestern country.
One of the most colorful and interesting art exhibits of the season was recently held in Ogden under the sponsorship of Ogden Palette Club. Buck Weaver, the well-known artist, was present to meet the many art lovers who came to admire his work. His paintings express his love for the great outdoors. They are drawn with deliberateness, perfection and in free, sweeping strokes. The beauty and soft blending of his colors, predominantly purples and blues, make him one of the most discussed painters of western desert scenes. The famous English runaway, cowboy and Indian trader is a member of the Laguna Beach Art Association and the Hollywood Authors' club. He has worked with Maynard Dixon, James Swinnerton, Edgar A. Paine and other renowned artists.
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